Dump Digging: Early 19th-century rubbish tips are attracting collectors in almost the same numbers as they used to attract flies. The rewards can be considerable. DAN GILLAN tries his luck in the company of TED FLETCHER.
Value Added Tax ... has proved very confusing in its rather difficult application to the Antiques Trade. A prominent dealer puts her questions to a Conservative mp who is himself a collector. Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Hugh Scully introduces the programme
Directors ROBIN DRAKE and PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
The last of three programmes in which, before an audience of music-students, Yehudi Menuhin has worked on violin concertos with gifted young soloists.
Tonight, Mozart's Concerto No 3 in G major is played by MIWAKO ABE , JOHN HOLLOWAY and BERNARD PARTRIDGE
Accompanist MARTIN ISEPP
Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
Another chance to see six of the plays from this award-winning series
Michele Dotrice , Ruth Dunning
Denholm Elliott Richard Vernon
Dennis Waterman Billie Whitelaw in The Gregorian Chant by PETER TERSON
At weekends, Greg minds his wife's launderette, but during the week he is an artist, sharing a studio with five others. The arrival of his new model leads to unexpected complications.
Cast in order of appearance
A well told story with six satisfying performances THE SCOTSMAN An accurately observed study of human relations THE TIMES
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM Actor's Trade mark: page 4
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